Ilya Khayutin, Mathematics
I am a Veblen Research Instructor at Princeton University and the Institute for Advanced Study since 2016. Before that I was a PhD student at the Einstein Institute of Mathematics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem under the guidance of Prof. Elon Lindenstrauss.
I work in number theory and homogeneous dynamics. My research revolves around equidistribution of arithmetic objects. This is a broad subject that requires a synthesis of ideas from different fields.
In a pursuit to understand equidistribution questions I am studying measure rigidity, arithmetic invariant theory, relative trace formulae and their geometric expansion, sieve methods in multiplicative number theory, subconvexity and large deviations estimates.
In Fall 2018 I am teaching an advanced class about Ratner’s theorems and their applications in number theory.
Closed Geodesics on Products of Modular Curves, Ilya Khayutin, 2019, In preparation, tentative abstract
Non-vanishing of Class Group -functions for Number Fields with a Small Regulator, Ilya Khayutin, 2019, preprint
Equidistribution on Kuga-Sato Varieties of Torsion Points on CM Elliptic Curves, Ilya Khayutin, 2018, Submitted, arxiv
Arithmetic of Double Torus Quotients and the Distribution of Periodic Torus Orbits, Ilya Khayutin, 2015, Accepted at Duke Math J., pending final revision, arxiv
Communication with Unobservable Constraints, Ilya Khayutin, 2007, Master’s Thesis, Manuscript
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